The Hamlet of Mulino is a small quaint town close to Portland, that was named after a flour mill erected in 1851 that still stands to this day across from the Mill Barn and Mill Barn Espresso. It is on the National list of Historic places and is the oldest industrial building to remain standing in Oregon. Mulino can be easily accessed from I-205 Freeway from Oregon City along Highway 213, and from many surrounding towns including Canby, Molalla and Woodburn.
The Molalla Area Historical Society runs this complex that inclues the historic Dibble House, the historic Vonder Ahe House and a farm and logging machinery shed. See artifacts collections, history exhibits on display and learn about native American Indians, early pioneers, timber industry and the Molalla Buckeroo Rodeo.
MOLALLA AREA MUSEUM COMPLEX
275 acres home to 40+ light general aviation aircraft, weekend glider activities and annual Blueberry Pancake, car and airplane show.
Throughout the area close to the Mill Barn Espresso, you will find eating establishments, the Mulino Airport and back roads and farmland to explore any time of the year. Stop by the Mill Barn Espresso for a cool drink during summer on your way to and from events in the area, or a warm cup of espresso while going out to find your next holiday tree during winter.
MILL BARN ESPreSSO
A CUP OF COMMUNITY